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. will americans buy that excuse? >>steve: busted sending smut again. busted lying again. now he -- the guy with no shirt on -- wants your forgiveness again. can voters ever believe anything anthony weiner has to say? >>brian: is this a repeat from last year? >>steve: i wish it were but it's not. >>brian: excuse me, gretchen. >>gretchen: that guy's head was in his mouth. sorry. >>brian: when crocks attack, gretchen screamed about it -- a crocodile bites down on a trainer's head in front of a horrified tourist. queue him. action. >> by proclamation of the royal family, "fox & friends" starts right now. ♪ "fox & friends" >>steve: how great is that? from 48th and 6th avenue. we saw the town crier announcing the birth of the little baby over in london and we said that town crier was great. we've got to get us one. there's ours. good morning, sir. >>gretchen: i have a sneaking suspicion that our town crier was george washington a few weeks ago. he's cracking up. >>brian: how big is that page for just one line? that's a huge -- anything else on there? >>steve: it's the first time we've ever had
. >>steve: a bombshell on the murders of four americans in benghazi. turns out we know where the suspects are hiding out. so why didn't we do anything about it? the answer will stun you. >>brian: he's out of is there. caught on camera. cops weren't looking, so this inmate made a run for it right out of the window and into an operating car. i'm looking for him now. right after the show i'm going to start chasing. "fox & friends" starts now. ♪ ♪ "fox & friends" >>steve: you are not going to start chasing that guy. he's long gone. >>brian: he was going that way. i think the first thing you want to do when you escape from prison is go to a major city and go to a tv station. >>alisyn: he was dressed this all white so you should be able to find him. >>brian: or get a toasted almond. >>steve: there is one officer right on his tail. look for him. >>brian: looking at the two, the inmate looks in better shape. if you are in jail, train. >>steve: if you want to know where that guy is running around, we've got details in the news. >>alisyn: we have your headlines. overnight we have learned that a
the investigation isn't over. jack lew tries to answer that straight ahead. >>steve: just lunch or is it campaign 2016 just getting started? why president obama and hillary clinton are having a private lunch today at the white house. we'll tell you what we know. >> it's supposed to be a happy day for this wedding cum, -- couple of but what happens next may be a bad sign of things to come. "fox & friends," it starts right now. ♪ ♪ >>steve: hi everybody. come on in to studio e. we're starting bright and early and we've got anna in for tkpwre ken -- gretchen and kelly in for brian. >>anna: my first time sitting on the curvy couch with you. >>anna: we need to get to monday morning headlines. breaking overnight, a tour bus plunges off a highway in southern italy leaving at least 37 people dead. it smashed into several cars, slowed by heavy traffic before flying off the highway and plunging 100 feet into a ravine. witnesses say it wounded or sounded, rather, like the bus mauve blown a tire. -- may have blown a tire. >> in washington, israeli and palestinian officials will sit down for peace talks f
scandals. could that be like benghazi and i.r.s.? we report, you decide. >>steve: there is more. the anthony weiner scandal growing this morning. new details about how long carlos danger was in business and why carlos is now blaming mrs. danger, huma abedin. >>brian: forget the shoe bomber. check this out. someone tried to fly away with them. "fox & friends," which according to to my blackberry set for 6:01, starts now. >> hear ye, this is the town crier. you are watching "fox & friends." >>steve: he's back on tape. >>gretchen: he has to say anchor hello, gretch. >>brian: you can't make the town crier ad lib. it goes back centuries. >>steve: it was great. we were trying to re-create what they had in london a couple of days ago. as it tuns out, that town crier in london was not official. he crashed the party, wasn't supposed to be there. then we thought we'd get one. he wasn't a real town crier either but he did a lovely job. >>gretchen: a convoluted way of saying even stu varney was fooled. when he comes out here, former brit, did you think think that town crier was the real one
have a live report ahead. >>steve: disgraced ex-governor eliott spitzer judging anthony weiner and giving advice to voters who are considering giving him a third chance. you've got to hear this one to believe it. oh, elliott. >>brian: forget about the koran. the number of requested books by prisoners at gitmo is. i'm talking about the number one. here's a clue. it is the bestseller among american women. >>steve: little house on the prairie? [buzzer] >>brian: you're not going to give it away; right? roll the animation. we'll start now. >>anna: about as far from little house on the prairie as you can get. >>steve: the good thing is at least they're reading. in english. >>brian: they actually learned to read english in order to read this book. >>steve: in the meantime, brian, welcome back. >>brian: thanks for having me back. i was in san diego. in southern california it is sunny, 75 did he -- 75 degrees and humidity is not allowed. >>steve: did you have a fish taco? >>brian: i enjoyed it but it is fried. well worth it. >>anna: they have fried fish tacos in new york too. >>steve: t
, steve. thank you. >> great to have you. what was the idea behind this particular class? >> well, the book actually got brought to me by some community members, and we looked it over and read, it and then we went to a school board convention in april, and there was a booth at the trade show there that featured the bible and its influence, and, you know, we felt that we were hearing that there were some students who didn't have the opportunity through their homes or through their churches, they didn't participate in churches, and they -- they were lacking the knowledge that they needed in the history of the bible. >> so it was about the history of the bible and how it has impacted, you know, world culture for 2,000 years. >> exactly. >> and it was not about religious indoctrination. >> no. we were adamant about not having it taught as a religious course or indoctrination as devotional. it was strictly intended to be a history course of the bible. >> and the final vote was 3-3. one of the school board members was not in attendance so essentially it will not become part of the crick
by the coast and 70s around the bay. not much change. inland, it's hot and then cool. >> steve, we look at 680 and traffic is good through fremont heading down to the bottom of the hill. also, the morning commute is looking good on the golden gate bridge but be careful, lane workers are out now. give them a break there and slow down towards the toll plaza. 5:00, let's go back to the desk. >>> topping our news this morning. a gas leak in al moe has been repaired and yesterday's evacuation orders have been lifted. work crews ruptured a natural gas line yesterday morning. an evacuation order severalling several businesses and homes lasted almost five hours. the gas line was broken by an east bay mud crew digging to locate a water pipe. >> as we were digging to our work, the marks were off. so our crew hit a half inch gas line. >> many were confused wondering if they should evacuate too. county officials have launched an investigation. >>> time is 5:01. police in santa rosa identified the man accused of killing his wife. the deadly attack happened yesterday at the rodkin valley mobile estates park
link from the street. steve sacks and quentin, and rob morgan. good to see everybody. thank you very much for joining us. so, stephanie, what's going on with this market? we're halfway through the earnings season. the earnings feel like they were better than expected. but revenue stinks. and yet another big recovery. >> yeah, so i think that actually, it's true, that revenues have been unimpressive so far. but if you look at pockets in the sectors in the market, there have been -- there has been revenue growth. look at aerospace. look at boeing. look at united technologies. the companies had decent revenue growth. look at autos. ford. gm. board warner. a lot of companies there. commercial construction doing well. the consumer. look at starbucks. look at chipotle. so i think that you kind of can't make this blanket statement like earnings are just not good. you have to look underneath the surface, and there are quite a few sectors that are doing better than it appears. i would say the only area that's a little bit of change is housing where we've had mixed reviews there. and that coul
in the direction of modernity, republican street gist steve schmidt has signed on to the aclu to take part in a $106 million campaign to help bring republicans along on the issue of same-sex marriage but it won't be easy. this sunday on the christian broadcasting network, rnc chair rens prebusiness was reminding all the tolerance talk was giving evangelicals the heby jeebies. >> i don't care for the word tolerance. i don't have a problem with it, i just think it has another meaning that politically that can go the other direction. >> joining the panel now, executive director of the aclu, anthony ramiro. thanks for joining us. >> of course. thank you. >> your pal steve schmidt is somewhere in the ether world. >> he's working. >> start with the issue of tolerance. speaking from the vantage point of the aclu and speaking to the issue of gay marriage, given the work at hand -- >> i think we have to send haim dictionary so he could look up the word tolerance. for a christian evangelical to not know -- has he forgotten the do unto others as you would have them do unto you? come on. he doesn't sp
the law down fwornder. i've seen winter my own eyes. >> congressman steve king doubles down on his controversial comments on immigration. why he isn't budging even from friendly fire. the agenda panel will tackle that. new video shows the exact moment that a high-speed train in spain jumped the tracks and split into pieces. at this hour nearly 80 people have been confirmed it was going way too fast. >>> it's being called one of europe's worst train disasters, at least 78 passengers are daddy after train derailments in spain. newspaper video shows the horrifying impact after the train false off the tracks going into side and breaking in to pieces. the driver sunday investigation. >>> joining me now on the phone nbc is kyra simmons who is at the scene in spain. what's the latest in this investigation? >> reporter: we're just hearing now from a local government official who says that the number of dead has now reached 80 people. i'm looking at that piece of track, which you saw in that video from the camera, the curved track as they take one car after another off of the track, lift it
. >> thanks for having me. >>> still ahead, why is this woman bringing a cantaloupe to congressman steve king's office? i'll give you a hint. it's not so they can have brunch together. [ jen garner ] imagine a makeup so healthy your skin can grow more beautiful every time you wear it. neutrogena® healthy skin liquid makeup. 98% of women saw improvement in their skin. neutrogena® cosmetics. >>> we're keeping a watchful eye on the north carolina state legislature tonight. republicans have total control in north carolina. they hold the governor's mansion and supermajorities in both the house and the senate. and today, today was slated to be the final day north carolina legislature would be in session. in other words, today is a day when you cram everything through. last night, state lawmakers presented republican governor pat mccrory with a bill that bans courts from recognizing, court, foreign law, also known as sharia law. so that got done. but there are also a few big-ticket items to keep an eye on. democrats spent much of yesterday and today stalling one of the most far reaching voter supp
. we want to start with weather and traffic. let's get over to steve. >> hello maureen. >> hello. >> welcome dave. we have a cooler pattern in place. today and tomorrow looks to be the coolest place. temperatures today really kind of settling in. 60s and 70s. here is sal. >>> steve, good morning. still not looking bad considering there is a crash just out of view. southbound 101 at caesar chavez in the right lane. blocking the right lane only. if you are driving south you might pay attention to that and if you are driving out of san francisco you might want to think about using 280 instead. also the morning commute on westbound bay bridge that is light. let's go back to the desk. >>> 5:00. new this morning one person is in the hospital after the fourth stabbing in san francisco in just 24 hours. the latest one happen the about 2:30 this morning on eddy street. police say the victim was stabbed in the torso. one person was detained there at the scene. yesterday morning there was another stabbing. five men attacked three people. one man was stabbed in the chest. another was beaten
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cases, long history and now is handling a case against sac capitol. not indicting steve cohen, indicting sac capitol. we should point out that there is a human side to this. professionally i think sac is finished. i think it's only a matter of time. we will see something about that later on today. investors the still in there. he is on the fence. he will ask investors later if he should pull out, whether they are going to be redeemed. there is another personal side. i talked to a friend of steve : he said they guy basically has gained 15 pounds in the last couple of months. here's the interesting thing. he said he met him at city field during the all-star games. lori: and mary we have the oppressor. >> three law enforcement actions relating to the sac group of hedge funds. first, we have insider-trading and wire fraud charges against the four entities that principally managed a multi-billion dollar s8 -- sac capital hedge fund which employed the many people responsible for what can only be described as rampant insider trading within those funds. seconds, we have filed a civil money-laund
. >> and welcome back. good morning, i'm dave clark. let's check your weather and traffic. steve, aisle not complaining about this weather. >> a lot of people aren't. a lot of people have been pretty quiet. the most majority say enjoy this pattern. yesterday inland sometimes did bump up. today looks a little cooler. 60s to 80s. >>> traffic looks okay on the san mateo bridge. san francisco oliver at mission there is a crash reported there. highway 4 westbound that looks good. now back to the desk. >>> new this morning one man is fighting for his life after a shooting in hayward. it happened last night on viver avenue. claudine wong has been talking to police. >> reporter: now that we have a little more daylight we can show you where this happened. you can see the crime tape on this side of the street still attached to that -- you can see other -- we talked about multiple -- the man who was shot we are are physical if -- i here's what we know about what happened. police say they started getting calls from residence here about the sound of shots being fired. this is about 10:00 last night.
. >>> hedge fund billionaire steve cohen says it is not true that he failed to supervise his employees to prevent insider trading at sac. his proof? he says he never reads his e-mails. i'm not sure that is such a strong argument. think about that. you have got to hear why. more "money" coming up. ♪ at dry cleaner, we replaced people with a machine. what? customers didn't like it. so why do banks do it? llo? hello?! if your bank doesn't let you talk to a real person 24/7, you need an ally. hello? ally bank. your money needs an ally. ♪ melissa: home sweet home? maybe not. we've been inundated with reports that the spike in housing prices is literally pricing first-time buyers out of @he market with the stats to boot. number of first-time buyers as a share of all home purchases has dropped from 32% in june of last year to 29% this june. not everyone is buying it. weant to know what's really happening here with opposing views. christopher thornburg from beacon economics and christian dorsey from the economic institute. great to have you both here. riopher, let me start with you. why ar
. let's check your weather, traffic. steve first and see what's ahead. >> typical pattern. low clouds here in the bay. 60s, 70s, inland temps, some really rocket it up. 90s and stronger sea breeze today and slightly cooler here. not one, but two crashes on the east shore. these are reported westbound 80 at central. the others reported west 80 at cutting. one appears to be an on injury crash and other is an injury crash and could turn out to be the same thing. sometimes when people report things, one person may not have gotten it right. the other person may have. we try to decide, but if you watch out for slow traffic in this area that could cause the east shore freeway. looks good. >>> former napa wrestling coach on child pornography. what we're finding out about the investigation that led to a raid on the man's home. >> reporter: he was a part-time photographer and a wrestling coach. the most recent place he worked was at this high school. here he is. 43-year-old richard rachfal, also went by scott. facing charges for selling, sending, and possessing child pornography. napa police in
'grady and steve moore. steve, usual a resident bull on the economy. why is the president pivoting now if things are going to get better? >> there is an old saying that puritan someone blees someone may be having a good time. now, we learn what a progressive someone is making money and getting rich. i think emphasis on income inequality is a big mistake. president should be focusing on growth. by the way, he used the term inequality more than he did growth in that speech. the problem is the middle-class doesn't care if some people are getting rich. they want to see their incomes rise. the big problem for this president is that middle incomes have fallen by more than $2500 since his policies went into action and recession ended. >> paul: that is data that looks at census bureau data. mary, if growth should be the emphasis, why the stress on inequality? >> i think what we know about this president, his world view is that he wants government to have a larger and larger role. >> paul: he thinks that promotes growth? >> he thinks it's promotes growth and he is up against congress directly oppose toda
it to be this way coming in. and also 280 and san jose is doing very nice. 4:36 let's go to steve. >>> thank you, sal. a lot of fog. just a really robust sea breeze out toward the delta as well. plenty of low clouds and fog and they are way up there. tropical clouds that we had last week or that were in southern california because the pattern has changed now. they're in the four corners. everything tropical wise is outover southern california. we do have a tropical storm. tropical storm continues to head toward the hawaiian islands. the path of it takes it over the big island. as it moves through it looks like it will start to decrease rapidly. this will mainly be a rainer. there could be isolated amounts of is inches of rain. it will be late tonight into tomorrow but you can see the path. we do have 50s on the temps. everyone looks like they are stuck on these temps. any time fairfield has gusts to 36. 29 sustained. concord has a pretty good breeze. napa. almost everybody is reporting some westerly breeze or wind. maybe that smell of garlic is coming up from christopher ranch. 60s for some. 46
getting up to highway 17. it's 4:38 let's go to steve. >>> thank you, sal. good morning, everybody. very similar pattern here and not much changing. a little system go by yesterday. others had sunshine and warm temps. if you are far enough inland you can get to the 80s. we have a lot of low clouds and fog. gusts 36 top travis. that is a little stronger than yesterday. some areas did warm up. 50s on the temps or near 60. 28 that is stronger than yesterday. i think yesterday at this time it was 20. that is a sign yesterday was decreased. i think today will cool down a little bit. but more of a westerly breeze for most. san jose is picking up an easterly breeze. 54 in tahoe. sacramento at 56. a system that will move into the pacific northwest and northern california late tonight and tomorrow. cool coast. warm inland. there is a westerly breeze in place or our winds if you will. 80s inland. 60s and 70s by the bay. 60s or very, very low 70s. hazy and warm inland. some of that smoke is still filtering in. fog near the coast. 60s and 70s and 80s. some locations still getting on the warm side. t
griswolds of georgia are going to disney world and not wally world. >> i'm steve griswold and this is the wagon queen truckster. >> look at the exact car. >> and steve griswold and that is his real name and wife lee stand two kids win this car that steve wanted to put together to go the disney world to celebrate national lampoon's "vacation." >>> look at the pleather detail. >> the detail is unfortunately quite accurate. >> he had to convince his wife to do it. but even the luggage on the top they got from ebay and to tell us about it, we have steve and lisa griswold via skype. how did disney find out about you. i know you are former cast members, but did you say about the car you want the bring down. >> we drove down on the actual vacation and within 24 hours someone found us at the hotel and contacted us. >> is your name really griswold? >> yes. >> by marriage. >> steve, how much work did you have to do to the work and what's it based on? >> we found a 1984 ford ltd country squire. a friend at a local body shop in canton, georgia, put together the car. it took six months
training doll steve king. on monday, congressman king warned us about the real dangers of granting citizenships to young illegals through the dream act. >> they aren't all valedictorians. they weren't all brought in by their parents for everyone who is a valedictorian, there's another out there who weighs 130 pounds and they are hauling 77 pounds of marijuana across the desert. those people would be legalized with the same act. >> stephen: come on! we all say it behind closed doors. mex scrans calves the size of cantaloupes, all right. or honeydues, what have you. a breakfast fruit of some kind. a papaya or particularly grarnlg grape fruit, whatever. one of the twaitz to choose who gets into this country is what size produce their muscles are. it's all about choosing the good ones. steve king knows one. >> you want a good bird dog, pick the one that is the friskiest. you get the pick of the litter, and you have yourself a pretty good bird dog. we got the pick of every dawrnd civilization on the planet. >> stephen: los latinoses were offended of the immigrants as dogs analogy. one o
? >> by the way, congressman steve king -- >> iowa congressman steve king stands by his comments. >> comparing immigrants to drug mules. >> representative king made comments that are deeply offensive. >> i think i have made that pretty clear. >> what i'm saying is factually correct. >> what he has said does not re fle -- reflect the american people or their values. >> i think i've made myself clear. >> so there you go. we'll see how that plays. >>> good evening, i'm alex wagner in for lawrence o'donnell. carlos danger's sexting promise. >> he made his promises, he had changed, he was a better man now. i am proof that that is not true. >> do you think he was trying to pull one over on the voters of new york? >> oh, absolutely, he wouldn't have went on the whole, oh, i'm a changed man, learned my lesson. he wouldn't have said all of those things if he was not trying to be someone he was not. >> as for carlos danger, his pants are unflago, while his campaign is starting to cool. he prepared meals with volunteers. later, when speaking to reporters, he was questioned, not about his plans for the ci
there will be a cooler pattern kicking in. update on your traffic with sal. >>> steve, we have a big problem on the bay bridge westbound. two left lanes are blocked with an injury crash. and chp has issued a cig alert. this means they think it will be out there for a bit. traffic on the toll plaza is already backing up. it's jam packed. you can tell something is wrong because it's barely moving. you can see traffic moving better usually. the only thing getting back is the car >>> reports of a sexual assault this morning. the suspect reportedly was armed with a box cutter. the only reporter at the scene right now is ktvu janine de la vega. we are going to her right now to get the very latest on what happened out there. janine. >> reporter: dave, police still have a thin description on the suspect but he is still at large. you can see a police star in front of me. and there were officers around the corner. they have crime tape roping off this apartment complex. this sexual assault happened at about 4:00 this morning. a woman in her 20s told police that she was sleeping and suddenly show -- he held a box
the power of money and steve forbes is here to weigh in. >>> plus san diego's mayor is sued by his own city. the sexual harrassment allegations are growing practically by the hour but can the city actually force him to pay his own legal bills? wait until you hear this one. >>> "who made money today?" they just got one of the world's most controversial billionaires in their corner. stay with us and find out who it is. even when they say it's not it is always about money. melissa: all right, let's start tonight with pure money like how much ceos of public companies are making and the drastic difference between that number and what their employees are making. all with this question in mind. is it even relevant? should it really matter that someone running a huge company who's responsible for every aspect of how that company is run and profit it can generate for shareholders is probably making many, many, many times what the average employees are making. you can't compare the jobs so why compare the salaries? that is the heart of a battle brewing at thes. ec, whether or not public companies sho
is -- >> steve rattner, i will get you clippings from 1995, 1996, 1997 that were saying the same things then that you're saying now. you know what bill clinton did? he sat down with us and said i'll swallow a lot of things i don't want to swallow politically and you guys will do the same thing and we came to a budget agreement and there was a lot of hatred, a lot of acrimony, a lot of yelling. bill clinton knew i have no choice. they own the house of representatives, they are carrying the checkbook. this is my greater frustration. there's blame to go around on both side, republicans obviously in the house want to see the president fail. that's fine. but they are in the house, they got the checkbook, and the senate will feel the pressure too. there's got to be a deal that can be made out there somewhere, steve. >> i would love there to be a deal. we can debate what went on in 1997, you're right there was a deal. the deal that was made in 1997 makes what the republicans are proposing look like something that goes back to the 19th-century. >> no, no. that's just not true. we abolished in t
freeman. columnist mary o'grady and senior economics writer steve moore. steve, you are our resident bull on the economy. why is the president pivoting now if things will get better? >> will is an old saying a puritan someone believes some someone somewhere may be having a good time. now we learn that a progressive is the worrisome where, someone is making money and getting rich. i think that this emphasis, paul, on income inequality was -- is a big mistake. the president should be focusing on growth. he used the term inequality more than he did growth and n that speech. the problem is the middle class doesn't care if some people are getting rich. what they want to see is their incomes rising and big problem for this president in my opinion, paul is that middle incomes have fallen by more than $2,500 since hinsdale policies went into action and recession officially end. >> that's from sentier research much. if growth is the -- should be emphasis, why that stress on inequality. >> i think that, you know, what we know about the president is his view, his world view is that he wants governme
's perspective on this [speaker not understood]. thank you. >> thank you, steve. contrary to popular belief and recent e-mails, i'm here and not in manila. [laughter] >> president fong, commissioners, director ram, good afternoon. i am bob hamaguchi member of the japantown organizing committee. let me begin by saying this strategy document could not have been possible without the commit and had generous support of this commission. ~ committed and and the patience and diligence of director ram and his planning staff. we are grateful and appreciate the hard work of the several senior planners that have worked with us over the years, including ken rich, paul lord, and shelly [speaker not understood]. and special thanks to our most recent senior planner who has obviously done a great job, steve wertheim. on behalf of the community, thank you all. i am here to give you a brief rundown on the community participation and outreach efforts of the organizing committee. as you know, we have been planning in japantown for over 13 years. this is the third version of a plan to save the culture heritage a
and weather and for that we turn to steve with the weather on this tuesday. >> welcome back. welcome. >> we have not much change on the weather. a lot of low clouds to sunshine for some and foggy and cool for others. temperatures close to yesterday's reading. 60s to 80s. >>> good morning, this a look at 680. the morning commute on 4 westbound is doing well. now back to the desk. >>> we have breaking news from san francisco where dozens of pot plants are found in a house. and an investigation is happening now. >> reporter: no one was home and the firefighters had to force their way in. they went in through the garage here and you can see now it is covered with a tarp. they could tell this was a marijuana growing operation when they got in. there were probably 60 or so pot plants found inside. the fire was called in this morning by a neighbor who smelled smoke here on tucker avenue. firefighters faced several challenges. the people had bypassed the electricity meter and they could not shut off the power. >> this is a common "kuhns for us now. another hazard is the way they barricade the home.
, but does the federal government have a solid case against steve cohen, or is it a witch hunt? who is next to fall? consumer reports rates the chevy impala the best sedan of 2014, the first time an american-made car got that distinction in 20 years. consumer reports is here to say what's hot about this hot rod. all that and more tonight on "the willis report." ♪ dennis: welcome. never saw a guy happier than when i get to substitute for an anchor here. we begin with my outrage of the day. does our president needs to be on prozac? he should be selling the hope and calling for new growth. instead, he bemoans the inequality of opportunity, and laments that the rich got rich. listen to this buzz kill. >> this growing inequality, not just the result, inequality of opportunity, this growing inequality, it's not morally wrong, but bad economics. reducing poverty, reducing inequality, growing opportunity, that's what we need. we need a long term plan based on steady, persistent effort to reduce forces conspiring against middle class families. there's others who dismiss every idea i put forward, e
. the heat is on republican congressman steve king after his hideous statements about mexican immigrants this week. he will be my guest tonight. you're going to want to hear what king said to him. plus, a precious rare surprising moment on the floor of the united states house of representatives, wherein i watched a c-span live feed and thought, this is what government should look like. i'll bring that to you shortly. tonight we go to galesburg illinois where president obama kicked off his own summer tour of sorts. he gave not one, but two speeches on the economy, beginning with a series of events planned across the country this summer, focusing on how to support an embattled middle class. making clear that he's a man with much less to lose. >> i have now run my last campaign. i do not intend to wait until the next campaign or the next president before tackling the issues that matter. i care about one thing and one thing only. and that's how to use every minute. the only thing i care about is how to use every minute of the remaining 1,276 days of my term to make this country work for work
, deutsche bank chief economist and cnbc contributor. he's joining me on the set. no, steve reshuto is joining me on the set, senior economist at mizuho security. and my pal cnbc senior economic reporter steve liesman right here on the set. what say you to my theory there's no tapering coming? >> i believe it partway, larry. if the economy remains this week i don't believe they're going to taper. i just don't think the economy is this weak. and i'm moved by what's on your board there. there's a dissonance there, an important dissonance between job growth and gdp growth. and the investors out there have to make a choice. is the green stuff right or is the red stuff right? and i tend to think the green stuff is right, in part because i like the data a little more. gdp is far more sunt subject to revisions, and thanks to mike darda, our friend here who writes a very good commentator, he said when income and production are at odds income wins. and i think this may be a 5% nominal, 3% real economy. if that's right i think -- >> if it were 5% nominal and 3% real, then i would have a compl
to steve and see what we can expect this week. >> the same marine day started today or tomorrow. it will probably be the coolest days, but temperatures for the next two days will not be that warm. a lot of 50s and 60s around. 70s and very low 80s inland. >> steve, good morning right now. it looks pretty good on the east shore. much lighter than usual, also getting down to the toll plaza. that's what it will be like getting into san francisco. you don't recognize this as a commute. now, let's go back to the desk. >> all right, thank you very much. >>> we are following developing news. a day spa went up in flames early this morning, but quickly put out. we are live in mill valley to tell you just where firefighters think it may have started exactly. good morning, tara. >> well, good morning. a heavy smoke was coming from the back of the day spa, which is located just behind me. we are here on 101 on the northbound side, taking crews about 20 minutes to knock out the flames here. the chief said it started in the laundry room of the spa located in strawberry village. the call came i
're driving in san jose, 280, traffic looks good all the way into cupertino. let's go to steve. >> the lou clouds are back, still 60s. a lot more 50s and we'll continue the see additional cooling there. it's not like 67 or 6, which is what we had at that time. we had two bands, one that came up in the morning and we got a break and then another band came up. northern california to the oregon border. it looks like a quiet pattern for the rest of the week. a couple degrees warmer inland. you lose the tropical clouds. allows heat to get back into the 80s. looks like this will take us steady. we go into friday and a cooldown starts on saturday. that enhances the fog as we get into the weekend. warmer inland temps, back in the 90s. the cloud deck held down the temps. 80s to the north. 80s on the peninsula low and then 60s and 70 oz tennessee change. thursday and friday looks cool. >> it was humid yesterday, steve. thank you very much. time now is 4:40. anthony weiner is caught in another sexting scandal. we'll check in with duke and duchess as they bring the royal baby home from the hospital. t
into the weekend and go to early next week. >> thank you, steve. >>> a bizarre boat chase near the golden gate bridge is set to be formally charged next month. arrested david mccormick. a phony distress call and failing to stop his boat. he also assaulted one officer who tried to board his boat. >>> third cup. took out on the bay yesterday. it's been 2.5 months since the death of a crew member. hope to compete on 6th. >>> family continues to grieve for a loved one killed in a dispute in san francisco. >> we feel so helpless. >> their continued calls for justice as the suspect appears in court. and by george, prince william and kate finally pick their baby's name. >> a good start according to this picture anyway. we'll tell you more about the morning commute. look at 'em. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. hav
servicios de inmigraciÓn en la frontera temen por sus seres queridos. >> steve king dice que no se equivocÓ para asegurar que la mayorÍa de los indocumentados que entran al paÍs son traficantes de marihuana. >> se viene la batalla decisiva por la reforma migratoria y en los Ángeles la nueva meta es un ir un millÓn de veces. >> y michoacÁn no es un estado fallido asegura el gobernador interino de la entidad mexicana en la que se ha intensificado la violencia en Últimos dÍas, comenzamos la ediciÓn nocturna. >> (♪). >> este es su noticiero univisiÓn edicion nocturna. >> con ilia calderÓn y enrique acevedo. >> (♪). >> hola, ¿quÉ tal? buenas noches, de estudiantes sobresaliente a activista en favor de derechos de inmigrantes les habla de lisbet m una de las dreamers que se encuentra detenida en arizona luego que intentara reingresar a estados unidos el Único paÍs que conoce esto tras abandonarlo en un acto de desobediencia civil habla con los padres de lisbet y lo que piensa hacer ella y sus compaÑeros para lograr reunirse con sus familiares aquÍ en estados unidos. >> los pad
good all the way up into the valley. let's go to steve. >>> thank you, sir. a very good morning. we have a lot of low clouds around. what we call coastal eddy. that also helps enhance the fog bank. what was a very shallow fog bank is a much bigger fog bank. and it's starting to make its move. 50s for many. cool off. es are starting to still mid 60s though. most locations concord 57. fairfield 56. again very active down toward the desert southwest and up into reno. pretty good thunderstorm activity. you can still see that tropical moisture swinging around. and from palm springs to san diego back over to l.a.. we have some to the east. we have tropical clouds to the south. over us though things are pretty quiet. little low is moving in toward the california coast. that is helping to enhance the fog bank. cooler pattern is on the way. today it will continue all the way into the weekend. it looks like we will level off on sunday. breezy and cooler. morning overcast giving way to sunshine. still warm. there will be a few areas into the 90s. my forecast zone goes from the oregon border to
. >>> also tonight, john boehner has a cantaloupe-sized steve king problem. and the longer it goes on, the worse it is for the speaker of the house. >>> plus, sex scandals and second chances. america seems always ready to forgive the men involved. what about the women? that's all coming up. >>> tonight, we begin with texas, once again, locked in a fierce battle with the federal government. this time over voting. you see, texas probably thought they were in the clear after the supreme court struck down section 4 of the voting rights act last month. this morning, attorney general eric holder speaking at the national urban league in philadelphia said not so fast. >> today i am announcing that the justice department will ask a federal court in texas to subject the state of texas to a preclearance regime similar to the one required by section 5 of the voting rights act. >> what holder announced today is an aggressive and crafty step by the federal government to try and limit the damage caused by the supreme court last month. by using a little known part of the law left in tact, section 3 o
'll get the very latest from washington and analysis from our own steve liesman and rick santelli on the next chairman. >>> meanwhile, more developments in the government versus steve cohen's hedge fund s.a.c. capital, who not only wants to shutter the firm, but it's trying to get all of the money, as well, possibly leaving cohen penniless. what's behind the move, the outcome could have long-reaching consequences. we'll deal with that. >> such an extraordinary story we're on top of. we'll bring you the latest. >>> let's look at the markets. for the week, we have weakness going on. the dow jones industrials average down about 37 points. look at that chart. having bounced off of the lows, which were reaching about 11:00 a.m. this morning. and looking very close right now to inching back to the highs of the day. down 37 points at 15,518 on the dow jones industrials average. nasdaq looks like this. similar chart pattern in terms of the bounce. bouncing off of the lows on the nasdaq, as you can see. we are positive here, just turning positive on the nasdaq, by a fraction at 3,605. last
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